Nike Promotes 2 Women To Replace Executives Departing Amid ‘Toxic Environment’

by MR Magazine Staff

Nike is moving fairly quickly to replace the many executives who have left in recent weeks amid revelations of improper conduct and a toxic work environment. The company last week promoted Amy Montagne to vice president and general manager of global categories, replacing Jayme Martin, the Portland Business Journal reports.  Additionally, the company promoted Kellie Leonard to chief diversity and inclusion officer, Nike confirmed in a statement emailed to Retail Dive. Leonard replaces Antoine Andrews, who had been Nike’s vice president of diversity and inclusion and whose departure was also part of the exodus in recent weeks. Leonard will report to Monique Matheson, the company’s human resources chief, according to the Portland Business Journal report. Read more at Retail Dive.